ScholarlyCommons is the perfect venue for archiving and showcasing your department or program's undergraduate or graduates theses, dissertations, and capstones. The ScholarlyCommons team will work with your staff to determine the best workflows to ensure the long-term sustainability of your collection, including training, uploading, author agreements, and ongoing support. To view existing theses, dissertation, and capstone collections in ScholarlyCommons, visit http://repository.upenn.edu/etd.html.
These theses represent the depth and breadth of interdisciplinary research carried out by Penn's PPE students. In order to write a thesis, a student must have an exemplary record of academic achievement in PPE courses and complete an independent research project under the supervision of a Penn faculty member. The authors here have opted to share their insightful research as part of this repository.
The Graduate Program in Historic Preservation provides an integrated approach for architects, landscape architects, planners, historians, archeologists, conservators, managers, and other professionals to understand, sustain, and transform the existing environment. This collection contains theses from the Graduate Program in Historic Preservation.